Drug safety, drug development and discovery, Terminology , adverse events, global guidelines, PV audits and case follow-up


$ 100 /Course


What you'll learn

  • History and Evaluation of Pharmacovigilance & terminologies in Pharmacovigilance.
  • Drug discovery and development phases & Introduction to drug safety.
  • Types of adverse events & Pharmacovigilance global guidelines.
  • Medical dictionary for Regulatory Activities(MedDRA)
  • Case follow-up, PV audits and inspection, Vaccine vigilance, and materiovigilance


  • Basic level of English and good quality internet connection, Desktop /Laptop/Smartphone required(Since dealing with online mode)
  • Basic Knowledge of the Pharmaceutical/ medical field


-Pharmacovigilance is a subfield of Pharmacy which includes research, detection, assessment, and analyzing the drugs. It is a very popular course in Medical Science. This course is suitable for candidates who wish to join any pharmaceutical industry or pursue research in the future.

-Here in this course I will provide excellent material for pharmacovigilance and there are very important interview Questions and answers also. Don’t miss the valuable material. Even rural backgrounds students also understand the language mentioned in this material. All the best.

– Pharmacovigilance is a continuous process accepted for safety evaluation accompanied by steps to improve the safe usage of medicines.

-Pharmacovigilance is considered to be one of the best career options for life science and pharmacy graduates. It mainly deals with reporting and analyzing of medicine side effects and ensuring drugs in the market are safe and secured.

-The principal goal of pharmacovigilance is to influence the safer usage of medicines. But, it faces increasing pressure to analyze more data sooner, monitors risks more broadly, and accurately report patient events globally.

-Pharmacovigilance is regarded as a great career option for interested aspirants as it reflects a well-defined and growing career path. There is faster career growth leading to managerial as well as director roles eventually along with a quite decent salary package. Here, in this article, we have highlighted different curriculum and career aspects of Pharmacovigilance. For someone willing to initiate his/her career in Pharmacovigilance, the entry-level job is that of a Drug Safety Associate (DSA). All DSAs get involved in developing various cases, checking for Minimum Safety Information (MSI), reconciliation, and then following up processes, along with data entry of all information available in the document and medical coding.

Eligibility Criteria for Pharmacovigilance

For aspirants to undertake a professional career in Pharmacovigilance, the minimum eligibility conditions for applying for the course are as follows:

  1. Graduate or postgraduate degree in Chemistry (subject) with securing at least 50% marks in aggregate

  2. Graduate or postgraduate degree in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences

  3. Graduate or postgraduate degree in Medicine

The process of selection for the course is completely based on merit. Students are granted admission only if they have cleared a written examination followed by a personal interview.

Who this course is for?

  • Graduate or postgraduate degree in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Graduate or postgraduate degree in Medicine
  • Graduate or postgraduate degree in Chemistry (subject) with securing at least 50% marks in aggregate

Course content

1 section • 16 lectures • 6h 34m total length


Onesmus Saidimu

pharmacy and poison board

•Master in Biotechnology and Regulatory Sciences.

•Regulatory officer – Product Safety Department (Kenyan Pharmacy and Poison Board)


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